The key to protecting information in SAP is a combination of three primary elements: identification, monitoring, and control. This blog will explain each in detail to assist companies in evaluating and implementing their information security measures.
Just as businesses have recovered from preparing for the GDPR, a new law threatens to impose severe fines, penalties, and prosecutions in the form of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). This new regulation will affect businesses around the world, and will still apply over the course of the Covid-19 pandemic.
ECM platforms are an essential part of most business processes. They keep track of all company relevant information and more. With the challenges we face in keeping our company information organized there comes security risks and increased manual intervention. In this post we go on explaining how we have addressed these issues. Read on to find out more.
The next generation supply chain is something that people have been talking about for years. After being discussed for so long, I was wondering in what ways things had actually progressed and what innovations are on the horizon that will drive forward the next incremental updates in the supply chain and logistics industry? In this post I look at some of the ways that companies are innovating and using technology solutions to improve their supplier processes.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is set to come into effect as early as May 2018. Thus far the GDPR regulation is considered to be one of the most far-reaching pieces of legislation to ever hit the modern digital age.
One of my team mentioned to me this morning that OpenText turned 20 in June, which made me stop and realise that it’s also 10 years since we did our first Livelink / Content Suite deployment. For a couple of reasons it’s a good time to reflect over that time.